After purchase, from paypal you will receive a direct download link in your email, click "Download". Choose "Save to disk".
If your file is downloaded as a zipped folder, double-click the folder. Save the unzipped folder to your desktop.
You can then drag the file onto a storage device. Depending on your instrument model, you may be able to transfer using a floppy disk, Smart Media card, USB storage device, etc.
This section guides you to resources available elsewhere on the internet that you may find helpful. Click on any of the below given categories and on each link you will find, in most cases, a brief description of the resource.
Yamaha has links to Yamaha Corp sites. You can find a lot of useful information there, but since Yamaha is such a large corporation, the links of most interest to arranger keyboard owners are not always so easy to find.
PRO Links lead to web sites of gigging (performing) musicians. They usually include sample songs as well as contact information so you can hear how talented the performer is.
Forums lead to discussion forums where arranger keyboard owners meet to discuss topics of interest, ask questions, or share files, such as styles or songs they have created.
Support has links to web sites devoted specifically to one or more Yamaha keyboard models. These sites normally provide useful information and songs/styles for your keyboard. You will also find many more links to internet sites at some of these sites, in particular, Jørgen Sørensen's The Unofficial YAMAHA PSR Resource Site.
Lessons are links to, generally, keyboard piano guide sites on the net. This tutorial site will help you learn how to use many of the functions available in your keyboard, but it does not attempt to teach you how to play the keyboard. If you need help there, you can take a look at the many piano lesson sites.
MIDISites has links to hundreds of sites on the internet where you can find midi songs to download or listen to. Whether a midi was created on a Yamaha or not, you can still download it and play it in your PSR or Tyros keyboard.
Some PSR Tutorial & Demonstration Videos
Yamaha PSR-S910 Demonstration by Glyn Madden
Michel Voncken and the PSR-S710 & PSR-S910
PSR-S550 Demonstration Movie
Wind Melody YAMAHA PSR S550B
Yuki Shimada presenting the PSR-S900
Michel Voncken and the Yamaha PSR-S700 / PSR-S900
Multi Track Recording & layering Several Tracks Yamaha PSR S900
Simple Editing of Recorded ChannelsYamaha PSR S900